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Rana Safvi’s history of Shahjahanabad is as much about its inhabitants as about its grand buildings
The third book in the ‘Where Stones Speak’ trilogy is unique in that it speaks of a living city, for Shahjahanabad exists today too.
· Jan 12, 2020 · 07:30 am
In ‘Tawaifnama’ Saba Dewan tells a gripping multigenerational story of a culturally erased community
The book is harshly critical of the Bhatkhande reforms which disowned the tawaif community from its centuries-old inheritance.
· Sep 22, 2019 · 08:30 am